Pantherettes punish Clarksville in home opener
After a 46-42 win on the road at Caddo Mills on Saturday, the North Lamar Pantherettes basketball team turned on the afterburners early on in its home opener. On Tuesday, the Pantherettes started out fast against the visiting Clarksville Lady Tigers and finished strong by a final score of 63-22.
North Lamar put together a quality performance on offense and defense. On the defensive side of the ball, North Lamar forced Clarksville to commit several turnovers, led by quality contributions from Hannah Kent and Erika King. Offensively, the Pantherettes saw four players reach double figures.
Sophomore guard Maddie Walters led the way for North Lamar with 13 points, while junior guard Mylee Nottingham and sophomore guard Cydnie Malone each added 12 points. Junior posts Sloane Hill and Hutton Pointer scored 10 points and 9 points, respectively. Dani Blount also chipped in with 7 points.
The Pantherettes will play again at 6:30 p.m. Friday at home against Quinlan Ford. For more sports coverage, click here.